View of a Hopi man, sitting on the ground in front of a vertical loom, weaving a sacred blanket. According to James Stevenson's original note for this photograph (prepared circa 1885), '[t]his class of weaving is done exclusively by the men and the work of preparing sacred blankets is always conducted in an estufa. The [Hopi] sacred blanket is quite different from that made by the Navajoes. The body of it is always white with the borders embroidered.'
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